Updated: August 10, 2020 09:52 IST
Rating : 3.5/5
Bhanumathi is a software employee working in an MNC. She is 30 and an independent woman who comes out of a bad break up. At the same time, she comes across Ramakrishna who makes his way to the city from a rural background. Ramakrishna works for the same company as Bhanumathi. She hates him in the beginning. With worlds apart, how did they manage to impress one another and give a happy ending to their love story is the film's plot.
All praise to the newcomer Salony Luthra as Bhanumathi. She is very impressive as an independent woman with a lot of self-respect. Though it's her first movie she just delivered the varied emotions perfectly and quite a lot of us could connect to her.
Music by Shravan Bharadwaj is just okay and the songs fail to impress the audience but the background score by Achu Rajamani stands out. The production values are good and the cinematography by Sai Prakash U is just amazing. The visuals look rich and aesthetic on screen. The editing of the film is good. Debut writer and director Srikanth Nagothi came up with his mark of narrative, adding uniqueness to not so new kind of story. Screenplay is engaging with not many cliche's. The technical team gave their best for the film.
The film has a love story which is very much convincing and pleasant. Since the runtime is also less, there aren't any boring elements in the movie. The conversations are beautiful and the screenplay is amazing. The background score for the romantic scenes has come out well. Although the love story is good and engaging, the conflict in the story is weak and unconvincing. The director did his job well but at times, it feels like the movie completely focuses on the heroine's thought process. The climax could have been dealt a little well. The film looks realistic and it is a big plus point. On the whole, the film has many interesting elements that will impress the audiences. Do not miss it.